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Part question, part protest, the plaintive cry “Are we there yet?” punctuates any family vacation worth talking about. Clearly, we’re not where we were, but we also haven’t arrived [...]

Michael S. Horton
Friday, September 1st 2023

Many Modern Reformation readers are familiar with the theological language of the “already” versus the “not yet.” When the authors of the Bible described salvation, they portrayed it as a foretaste of a redemption [...]

Brannon Ellis
Friday, September 1st 2023

The focus of this issue of MR is eschatology, living in what the Bible calls “these last days” between the already and the not yet. When it comes to our own lives or the global challenges the church faces [...]

Michael S. Horton
Friday, September 1st 2023

On the night before his crucifixion, Jesus prayed to his father: ‘I do not ask that you take them out of the world, but that you keep them from the evil one. They are not of the world, just as I am not of the world. Sanctify them in the truth; your word is truth. […]

Russell Moore
Michael S. Horton
Saturday, April 30th 2016

There are a number of books currently in print that make the case for an amillennial understanding of biblical eschatology. Sam Storms's Kingdom Come is an important addition to a list that includesO. T. Allis's Prophecy & the Church (P&R, 1945); Anthony Hoekema's The Bible & the Future (Eerdmans, 1979); Cornel Venema's The Promise of […]

Kim Riddlebarger
Sam Storms
Thursday, October 31st 2013

Michael S. Horton joined fellow White Horse Inn co-host Kim Riddlebarger, Steve M. Baugh, and Dennis E. Johnson in a roundtable discussion on the book of Revelation. Dr. Kim Riddlebarger is pastor of Christ Reformed Church in Anaheim and the author of A Case for Amillennialism: Understanding the End Times (Baker, 2003) and Man of […]

Michael S. Horton
Kim Riddlebarger
Tuesday, November 1st 2011

Anyone familiar with the in-house feud between Reformed postmillenarians and Reformed amillenarians knows that the debate between these two positions is often framed in terms of "optimistic" postmillenarians vs. "pessimistic" amillenarians. Despite the widespread use and apparent utility of these labels, I remain unconvinced that one can formulate a proper and biblical eschatology merely by […]

Kim Riddlebarger
Thursday, September 1st 2011

Although I am blessed with a good internal compass, my first stop at a shopping mall is usually the mall directory. One of the most important features of that directory is the brightly colored arrow that indicates “You Are Here.” Knowing where you are is the first step toward figuring out where you need to […]

Kim Riddlebarger
Friday, December 17th 2010

"Eschatology… precedes everything," writes Rev. Jason Stellman in the preface to Dual Citizens. Life on earth can only be understood through the lens of what lies beyond: we can understand the past and present only in light of God's promises for the future. This is the underlying premise of Stellman's book, a richly biblical devotional […]

Nathan Barczi
Jason J. Stellman
Thursday, July 1st 2010

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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